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Poster: cosmicola Date: Jun 18, 2009 3:33pm
Forum: DriveInMovieAds Subject: Re: Drive-In clips removed due to copyright claim

I think so. Rereading the original post, he spoke in past tense. Removed. I think that was a response to some earlier discussions down the page, about what happened to the stuff that used to be here but has since vanished. Looking through virtually all of the 96 items in this particular current archive, I see no copyright notices or SWV watermarks.

This post was modified by cosmicola on 2009-06-18 22:33:36

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffDiana Hamilton Date: Aug 12, 2009 2:09pm
Forum: DriveInMovieAds Subject: Re: Drive-In clips earlier removed

in past tense. Removed. ...stuff that used to be here but has since vanished.

Right, I just looked back in the logs, and there was a set of around 60 pulled concurrently last October.

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Poster: guyzilla Date: Aug 13, 2009 4:19pm
Forum: DriveInMovieAds Subject: Re: Drive-In clips earlier removed

Ive given this a lot of thought since this controversy started and as far as I'm concerned, if any of these items get pulled, it won't be me pulling them. They're here to stay until IA staff decides they should go, and that goes for anything else I put up unless, of course, I find out whatever it is ain't PD. Other than that, everything I put up is yours, FOREVER!!

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffNoiseCollector Date: Aug 9, 2010 11:19am
Forum: DriveInMovieAds Subject: Re: Drive-In clips earlier removed

Watermarks are evil. For the most part I use public domain and creative commons whenever possible but for noncommercial satirical purposes I use copyrighted stuff all the time and not once has anyone, including youtube, ever had a problem. The merchandise that the original poster in this thread sells looks like actual cellulose film stock and I fail to see how me or anyone else using a 3 second clip of a intermission in one of my videos impedes on their ability to make a living selling it. If anything, it creates interest in the original work. If everyone used creative commons attribution we could bring hollywood to it's knees.

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Poster: guyzilla Date: Jun 18, 2009 5:07pm
Forum: DriveInMovieAds Subject: Re: Drive-In clips removed due to copyright claim

I have quite a few SWV products in my collection (both pre- and post "Image") and though some of this material may be PD, I wouldn't post it because the SWV logo that appears on the screen detracts from the enjoyment of the picture. I also believe that though the film itself may be PD, the logo isn't.

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Poster: FP Date: Aug 12, 2009 1:40pm
Forum: DriveInMovieAds Subject: Re: Drive-In clips removed due to copyright claim

So, just to be clear, the video portion of the drive-in films remaining here are free and clear to use, not including any footage of active trademarks? I know the library music in certain clips is still protected because I've recently heard it when auditioning catalogs.